The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @lopp ever

September 23rd, 2017

@mikeinspace Maybe you can bring them on Bitcoin Car Talk to hash it out!

via Twitter for Android in reply to mikeinspace

@AriDavidPaul @zooko It’s certainly not a strong argument when there is a high cost to leave. 😕

via Twitter for Android in reply to AriDavidPaul

@AriDavidPaul @zooko I don’t claim it’s optimal because first we’d have to agree upon what we’re optimizing for. I..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…nZ

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@AriDavidPaul @zooko Democracy is governance by overwhelming voice / force - Bitcoin is governance by exit. I doubt..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Hc

via Twitter for Android in reply to AriDavidPaul

@AriDavidPaul @zooko If “on-chain governance” means “on-chain democracy” then it seems like a solution looking for a problem.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to AriDavidPaul

@prestonjbyrne Good luck shutting down the ones in more friendly jurisdictions and the ones running on tor…

via Twitter Web Client in reply to prestonjbyrne

@scottwalker99 A bunch of people quit out of fear while others get pissed off and go underground.

via Twitter for Android in reply to scottwalker99

@zacksomeone @BitGo We already have one developer in Germany; if you’re qualified then you can apply to work remotely.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to zacksomeone

@MKjrstad This was syncing Parity 1.7.2 on an SSD with ~8,000 IOPs.

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@WolfOfEthcoin @BitGo Hmmmm not that I’m aware of; we’re mainly looking for highly experienced engineers.

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@CryptoBully @BitGo I’d suspect only the largest of companies could justify in-house. Maybe really large exchanges?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to CryptoBully

And we doubled our open positions at @BitGo. Hit me up if you’re qualified for any of these bitgo.workable.com ethnews.com/angellist-cryp…

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@krisbolt Nope, it would just push Bitcoin use underground and into other jurisdictions.

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@ProfFaustus Miners stopped generating coins on a local node long ago. Most miners connect to a pool via a mining p..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ot

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@MTurlakov Bitcoin is very much self governed - by each individual who governs themselves via their fully validating node.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to MTurlakov

Many events could cause Bitcoin to stumble, but very few stop it from getting back up:
* Kill the Internet
* Imprison / kill all supporters

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@eric_lombrozo Well this is for work, so it’s somewhat important to know the operational requirements… 😬

via Twitter for Android in reply to eric_lombrozo

This week I learned you can start syncing an archival Ethereum node, travel completely around the world, and it still won’t be finished.

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